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# If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating

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If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating [#permalink]  02 Aug 2008, 11:25
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If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of highly processed foods and excelling at sports is purely coincidental.

(A) If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of
(B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eating
(C) If Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating of
(D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eating
(E) Should Dr. Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eating
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"apparent connection" is better than "connection apparent" so eliminate C/E.

"between" is required for idiom "between X and Y" so that leaves D as the correct choice.
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(A)If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of will prefer between for comparison + non parallel because of the usage of the in front of eating
(B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eatingprefer between to of
(C) If Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating ofconnection that is apparent is wordy
(D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eatingbest choice
(E) Should Dr. Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eatingwrong placement of apparent + have been is not required
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hibloom wrote:
(A)If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of will prefer between for comparison + non parallel because of the usage of the in front of eating
(B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eatingprefer between to of
(C) If Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating ofconnection that is apparent is wordy
(D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eatingbest choice
(E) Should Dr. Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eatingwrong placement of apparent + have been is not required

OA is B
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I am confused in rules for IF..THEN. MGMAT suggest that IF (present tense) will have 'will' in then clause. I tried using this rule but didn't find a answer choice. Can someone explain why I should not I apply below rule

Sentences that use IF to describe hypothetical situation require a conditional verb construction...IF present then will+base verb
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spriya wrote:
hibloom wrote:
(A)If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of will prefer between for comparison + non parallel because of the usage of the in front of eating
(B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eatingprefer between to of
(C) If Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating ofconnection that is apparent is wordy
(D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eatingbest choice
(E) Should Dr. Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eatingwrong placement of apparent + have been is not required

OA is B
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I'd go with 'd'. But u say that 'b' is the right answer?
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spriya wrote:
hibloom wrote:
(A)If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of will prefer between for comparison + non parallel because of the usage of the in front of eating
(B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eatingprefer between to of
(C) If Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating ofconnection that is apparent is wordy
(D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eatingbest choice
(E) Should Dr. Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eatingwrong placement of apparent + have been is not required

OA is B
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It has to be D not B.
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B doesn't look correct. It should be D.
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Please someone confirm if the OA is wrong. I went for D too .How can it be B?!?!?
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B is incorrect...
As per my source, D is the OA..

the correct idiom is "connection between A and B" .. and not "conntection of A and B"

(B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eating
(D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eating

Observe the error ?
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OA is D. But my question is how is this sentence different from "If he is right then she "will" go to college. In the question then clause has 'is'....
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+1 for D.

Can someone why E is wrong. What are the correct uses of the structure "should have been."
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We need to use between here and maintain the || structure.

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